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The substantia ferruginea is an underlying patch of deeply pigmented nerve cells that give the locus ceruleus its bluish-gray color. It can be found in the region of the superior part of the rhomboid fossa.
- Atlas Image of the Posterior View of the Floor of Fourth Ventricle
- substantia ferruginea from MedicineWord
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